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Titanic Charles Joughin passenger, stepped off the bow and never got his head wet. He had two bottles of whiskey in his pockets and survived being in the water for 3 hours. They believe that was due to the whiskey.

John Jacob Astor.... The Richest Man In The World, at the time of the Titanic sinking. His body was found with 750 British pounds in his pocket and covered in soot which meant that he had been crushed by the forward funnel.

Titanic's Infamous Passengers Tell a Tale of Survival

Ruth Becker Ruth was 12 years old when she boarded the R.M.S Titanic in second class with her little brother, Richard who was sick at the time and her sister Marion as well as her mother and father from India on a mission trip. Ruth recalled the beauty of Titanic from peering in the windows of the first class dining saloon as she strolled her brother down the deck on sunny afternoons at sea. She recalls her mother telling them, "There was a little accident and they are going to fix it so…

History is proven to repeat itself. Pay attention and be brutally honest, does any of this sound familiar to you? Yes it does! So my fellow American, what are you going to do about it?

Ruth Becker, titanic survivor. Ruth was twelve when the ship sank, when she was unable to get into a lifeboat with her family she was left on board alone until a passing steward threw her to a lifeboat that was being lowered. She never spoke of the Titanic, her own children never knew she was on board, until she was elderly. Her ashes were scattered over the titanic site in the Atlantic ocean...

These Are Actual Menus for the Titanic's First, Second, and Third Class Passengers

These Are Actual Menus for the Titanic's First, Second, and Third Class Passengers -

Titanic victim Jeremiah Burke, 19, from Glanmire in Cork was given a Holy Water bottle at the quayside in Cobh by his mother before he set off for the US. As the Titanic sank in the early hours of 15 April, 1912, he threw the bottle and message into the sea. The bottle was washed ashore a year later in Dunkettle, only a few miles from his family home. The note, which read "From Titanic, goodbye all, Burke of Glanmire, Cork" has remained in the Burke family for nearly a century.